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Celtic Announcements for 4/18/14

Now that the first round of ASB election ballots have been counted we will be ready to announce our winners at the Pep Assembly later this morning.  If you’re not a winner don’t worry, we have one more round of ASB elections, including the election of Class Representatives, Secretary Treasurer, Community Service Chairperson, Public Relations Officer, Elections Official, and ASB Vice President.  There will be an informational meeting on Monday after school in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room for anyone interested in running.  Packets will be available then and will be due on April 29th.  

 

Don’t forget that it’s National Library Week Celts!  Be sure to stop by the library to check out the new books and remember we have e-books!  If you want to learn more, stop by and talk to Mrs. Woodley.  Also remember, when you need to be current on your fees and fines, this includes library books, turn in overdue books ASAP.

 

If you are interested in helping the Islander club come alive, please come for a meeting in Mrs. Reid's room (room 142) after school on Wednesday the 23rd. We will talk about some activities we can do for the rest of the year. COME JOIN US!!

 

Yesterday at Chemeketa we had several students place in various Math Contest. In team problem solving Natalie Wade and Abby McCoy took first place (algebra I), Sydney Martindale and Annie Purkey 3rd place (geometry), Michael Dugan and Isaiah Holt 3rd place (algebra 2). On the state qualifying exam Annie Purkey and Michael Dugan placed 3rd.  Other team members included Daniel Beal, Jacob Muller, and Manny Peralta.

 

Seniors, check the list posted outside of the bookkeeper’s office.  If your student number is listed, please see the bookkeeper.  Everyone please feel free to ask the bookkeeper during her open times if you have any fees.

If you are buying a prom ticket, please don’t wait until the last day.  Buy now and it will save you standing in line.

 

Seniors if you are unsure if you have completed your Personal Education Plan (PEP). Please stop by the Student Connection Center. This is a part of your graduation requirements.

 

"McNary lacrosse will be playing against conference and city rival, west Salem, tonight at 6:30 at west Salem. Come out and root on the boys on this critical game!"

 

Any students who would like to volunteer as mentors for McNary's Summer Transition Program please see Mr. Murray in Room 210 during lunch time or after school and day this week. Eligible students can qualify for Community Service or Academic Tutoring credit.

 

Once again, congratulations to the  Advanced orchestra on a very successful week that included winning the East Cascades Festival in Bend! And a stellar performance at districts.  Both Advanced and Symphony Orchestras had great performances and have qualified for the state competition.  

 

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Seniors, if you haven't met your writing requirements yet, the testing lab will be open all this week for you to work on another opportunity.  You have the option to start a new prompt, continue working on a previous work sample, or revise your OAKS Writing Test as a work sample.  If you are continuing a work sample, please let your English teacher know so that they can get your work to the testing lab.   The OAKS Writing Test results are in from this year.  Check with your English teacher for your score or see Mrs. VanBuskirk after school.

 

With an exciting last second shot by Daniel Marquez, Shift Team consisting of  Joey Hang, Xavier Gonzalez, Alfredo Montes, Victor Cid, Johnny Trinh, Daniel Marquez, Kevin Cook, Tristan Keeshan, defeated Eloy’s Team, Eloy Roldan, Wyatt Berrien, Jonathan Rodgriguez, Caden Sigurdson, Scotty Baker, Braden Taylor, Hunter Winters, David Gonzalez, Fidel Gonzalez, by one basket to win the Intramural Basketball Championship. Congratulations to both teams for an exciting and fun to watch Championship Game, and thanks to all the Staff and students who make Intramural sports possible.  

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

Prom court nominations are being redone on Wednesday the 23rd. Time to pick your Prom King and Queen of 2014! Make sure all you Seniors pass the word and nominate your friends!  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Tickets are on sale now at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The deadline to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting TODAY in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and WRITE!

 

Anime Club will be meeting this Friday in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Celtic Announcements for 4/15/14

The McNary Student Council will meet in  the cafeteria  this morning at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.   I’ll see you in the cafeteria...

 

Welcome to National Library Week Celts!  Be sure to stop by the library to check out the new books and remember we have e-books!  If you want to learn more, stop by and talk to Mrs. Woodley.  Also remember, when you need to be current on your fees and fines, this includes library books, turn in overdue books ASAP.

 

Seniors, check the list posted outside of the bookkeeper’s office.  If your student number is listed, please see the bookkeeper.  Everyone please feel free to ask the bookkeeper during her open times if you have any fees.

If you are buying a prom ticket, please don’t wait until the last day.  Buy now and it will save you standing in line.

 

Seniors if you are unsure if you have completed your Personal Education Plan (PEP). Please stop by the Student Connection Center. This is a part of your graduation requirements.

 

Any students who would like to volunteer as mentors for McNary's Summer Transition Program please see Mr. Murray in Room 210 during lunch time or after school and day this week. Eligible students can qualify for Community Service or Academic Tutoring credit.

 

We would like to take a moment to congratulate the Advanced orchestra on a very successful week that included winning the East Cascades Festival in Bend! And a stellar performance at districts.  Both Advanced and Symphony Orchestras had great performances and have qualified for the state competition.  

 

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

 

Seniors, if you haven't met your writing requirements yet, the testing lab will be open all this week for you to work on another opportunity.  You have the option to start a new prompt, continue working on a previous work sample, or revise your OAKS Writing Test as a work sample.  If you are continuing a work sample, please let your English teacher know so that they can get your work to the testing lab.   The OAKS Writing Test results are in from this year.  Check with your English teacher for your score or see Mrs. VanBuskirk after school.

 

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is this Wednesday. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

With an exciting last second shot by Daniel Marquez, Shift Team consisting of  Joey Hang, Xavier Gonzalez, Alfredo Montes, Victor Cid, Johnny Trinh, Daniel Marquez, Kevin Cook, Tristan Keeshan, defeated Eloy’s Team, Eloy Roldan, Wyatt Berrien, Jonathan Rodgriguez, Caden Sigurdson, Scotty Baker, Braden Taylor, Hunter Winters, David Gonzalez, Fidel Gonzalez, by one basket to win the Intramural Basketball Championship. Congratulations to both teams for an exciting and fun to watch Championship Game, and thanks to all the Staff and students who make Intramural sports possible.  

 

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting TODAY April 15th at 2:30 in the library!

 

Attention ALL former girl basketball players and any girls that are interested in playing next season. Please meet this Thursday in room 153 at 2:30pm, Mr. Richards will give information about the upcoming season and information about the girls basketball program.

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The deadline to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

Celtic Annoucements for 4/14/14

Welcome to National Library Week Celts!  Be sure to stop by the library to check out the new books and remember we have e-books!  If you want to learn more, stop by and talk to Mrs. Woodley.  Also remember, when you need to be current on your fees and fines, this includes library books.  Make sure to bring back any overdue books ASAP.  

We would like to take a moment to congratulate the Advanced orchestra on a very successful week that included winning the East Cascades Festival in Bend! And a stellar performance at districts.  Both Advanced and Symphony Orchestras had great performances and have qualified for the state competition.  Go Celtic Orchestras!

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.

Seniors, if you haven't met your writing requirements yet, the testing lab will be open all this week for you to work on another opportunity.  You have the option to start a new prompt, continue working on a previous work sample, or revise your OAKS Writing Test as a work sample.  If you are continuing a work sample, please let your English teacher know so that they can get your work to the testing lab.   The OAKS Writing Test results are in from this year.  Check with your English teacher for your score or see Mrs. VanBuskirk after school.

Support the children of Military Families on Tuesday the 15th by wearing Purple to school.  This is National Purple day, a day to support for the kids of soldiers.

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is this Wednesday. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

With an exciting last second shot by Daniel Marquez, Shift Team consisting of  Joey Hang, Xavier Gonzalez, Alfredo Montes, Victor Cid, Johnny Trinh, Daniel Marquez, Kevin Cook, Tristan Keeshan, defeated Eloy’s Team, Eloy Roldan, Wyatt Berrien, Jonathan Rodgriguez, Caden Sigurdson, Scotty Baker, Braden Taylor, Hunter Winters, David Gonzalez, Fidel Gonzalez, by one basket to win the Intramural Basketball Championship. Congratulations to both teams for an exciting and fun to watch Championship Game, and thanks to all the Staff and students who make Intramural sports possible.  

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting Tomorrow April 15th at 2:30!

Attention ALL former girl basketball players and any girls that are interested in playing next season. Please meet this Thursday in room 153 at 2:30pm, Mr. Richards will give information about the upcoming season and information about the girls basketball program.

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The deadline to turn in the forms is April 25!

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

We would like to take a moment to congratulate the Advanced orchestra on a very successful week that included winning the East Cascades Festival in Bend! And a stellar performance at districts.  Both Advanced and Symphony Orchestras had great performances and have qualified for the state competition.  Go Celtic Orchestras!

 

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

 

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.

 

Seniors, if you haven't met your writing requirements yet, the testing lab will be open all this week for you to work on another opportunity.  You have the option to start a new prompt, continue working on a previous work sample, or revise your OAKS Writing Test as a work sample.  If you are continuing a work sample, please let your English teacher know so that they can get your work to the testing lab.   The OAKS Writing Test results are in from this year.  Check with your English teacher for your score or see Mrs. VanBuskirk after school.

 

Support the children of Military Families on Tuesday the 15th by wearing Purple to school.  This is National Purple day, a day to support for the kids of soldiers.

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is this Wednesday. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

With an exciting last second shot by Daniel Marquez, Shift Team consisting of  Joey Hang, Xavier Gonzalez, Alfredo Montes, Victor Cid, Johnny Trinh, Daniel Marquez, Kevin Cook, Tristan Keeshan, defeated Eloy’s Team, Eloy Roldan, Wyatt Berrien, Jonathan Rodgriguez, Caden Sigurdson, Scotty Baker, Braden Taylor, Hunter Winters, David Gonzalez, Fidel Gonzalez, by one basket to win the Intramural Basketball Championship. Congratulations to both teams for an exciting and fun to watch Championship Game, and thanks to all the Staff and students who make Intramural sports possible.  

 

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting Tomorrow April 15th at 2:30!

 

Attention ALL former girl basketball players and any girls that are interested in playing next season. Please meet this Thursday in room 153 at 2:30pm, Mr. Richards will give information about the upcoming season and information about the girls basketball program.

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The deadline to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

Celtic Annoucements for 4/11/14

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

 

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.

 

Support the children of Military Families on Tuesday the 15th by wearing Purple to school.  This is National Purple day, a day to support for the kids of soldiers.

"McNary Boys Lacrosse beat West Albany last night 17-1. Preston McNeely and Nick Moore scored 3 goals; Joseph Giblin, Isiah Vian, Tanner Hughes, and Jake Burrus scored 2; Cameron Engle, Mike Phelps, David Gonzalez all scored 1 apiece. The boys will also be selling Krispy Kreme Donuts tomorrow morning in the Starbucks parking lot on River Rd and Chemawa. Come out, buy some donuts and support the team!"

 

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Last call for Seniors who want to speak in front or your class at Graduation?  Soon we will be auditioning this year’s Senior Class Speaker for Graduation in June.  If you would like to speak at Graduation, start preparing a speech and submit it to Mr. Borresen by Monday!  Auditions will take place later this month, so start writing the perfect grad speech this weekend.

 

Juniors:  Are you wanting to take care of some of those college requirements while you're still in high school? You can save hundreds of dollars. Are you up for the challenge of college NOW? College writing applications are now available for next year. You can get them from your English teacher or from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is Wednesday, April 16th. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting Tuesday April 15th at 2:30!

 

Indoor 5 on 5 Intramural Soccer will start in mid-April.  Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle in room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the gym by TODAY.  

 

Attention all girls interested in playing Volleyball next year! There will be a meeting this TODAY at 2:45pm in the Commons. Please come and meet with coaches to get information.

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The dead line to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

Celtic Announcements for 4/10/14

Guten Morgen McNary!  If you haven’t yet noticed or met our friends from the German Exchange program then be on the look out.  36 German highschool students from Stuttgart Germany are here now, visiting your classes and making presentations.  Be sure to say Hallo, when you see them.

 

Tonight the Aware Club is hosting an event in the Ken Collins Theatre tonight called IN PLAIN SIGHT, it will run from 6-7:30 and includes a screening of a film with the same title as well as presentations from Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Center, Share Hope International, Marion County Crimes Victims Advocacy and a Victim from Clackamas.  They will all be speaking on the topic of modern day slavery and sex trafficking, a very concerning issue in our community today.  If you would like to be part of the solution, then please plan on attending tonight!

 

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

 

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.

 

McNary Lacrosse beat South Salem 11-9 on Tuesday night in a thrilling conference game. Preston McNeely led the team with 3 goals. Joseph Giblin, Isiaah Vian, and David Gonzalez had two apiece and Nick Moore and Hunter Rosenblatt each chipped in with one. The club is offering one last opportunity for students who are interested in playing THIS season at a discounted price. Please see Mr. Murray in Room 210 after school today or come to our home game at North Salem High School tonight at 8pm against West Albany."

 

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Please congratulate the McNary Advanced Orchestra on winning the Clackamas community college orchestra festival on Saturday!!  Nice work on the strings Celts!  Also  wish that they break a leg on Thursday and Saturday when they represent our  school at a festival in Bend and then at Districts.  Go Celtic orchestras!!

 

Seniors, do you want to speak in front or your class at Graduation?  Soon we will be auditioning this year’s Senior Class Speaker for Graduation in June.  If you would like to speak at Graduation, start preparing a speech and submit it to Mr. Borresen by Wednesday April 9th!  Auditions will take place later this month, so start writing the perfect grad speech today.

 

Juniors:  Are you wanting to take care of some of those college requirements while you're still in high school? You can save hundreds of dollars. Are you up for the challenge of college NOW? College writing applications are now available for next year. You can get them from your English teacher or from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is Wednesday, April 16th. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting Tuesday April 15th at 2:30!

 

Indoor 5 on 5 Intramural Soccer will start in mid-April.  Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle in room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the gym by Friday, April 11th.  

 

Attention all girls interested in playing Volleyball next year! There will be a meeting this Friday, April 11th at 2:45pm in the Commons. Please come and meet with coaches to get information.

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The dead line to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

Celtic Announcements for 4/9/14

The first round of ASB Elections are coming up on Thursday the 17th during 2nd period.  At this time you can choose who will be next year’s ASB President as well as next year’s Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class president.  Take a look at the campaign posters, get to know the candidates, and watch the election speeches so you can make the smartest choice possible.  

 

 

College Writing applicants: Don't forget that the due date for college writing applications is April 25th. Make plans now to take the COMPASS test. If you haven't picked up an application yet, you can get them from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

 

Please congratulate the McNary Advanced Orchestra on winning the Clackamas community college orchestra festival on Saturday!!  Nice work on the strings Celts!  Also  wish that they break a leg on Thursday and Saturday when they represent our  school at a festival in Bend and then at Districts.  Go Celtic orchestras!!

 

 

Seniors, do you want to speak in front or your class at Graduation?  Soon we will be auditioning this year’s Senior Class Speaker for Graduation in June.  If you would like to speak at Graduation, start preparing a speech and submit it to Mr. Borresen by Wednesday April 9th!  Auditions will take place later this month, so start writing the perfect grad speech today.

 

 

Juniors:  Are you wanting to take care of some of those college requirements while you're still in high school? You can save hundreds of dollars. Are you up for the challenge of college NOW? College writing applications are now available for next year. You can get them from your English teacher or from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is Wednesday, April 16th. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

 

Attention Junior and senior boys, are you tough enough? Tuff-boy volleyball is back and bigger than ever!  Players will get cool McNary swag, and a chance to win the Tuff-boy championship in May! If you are interested in playing for one of  the Tuff-boy volleyball teams come to the meeting Tuesday April 15th at 2:30!

 

 

Indoor 5 on 5 Intramural Soccer will start in mid-April.  Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle in room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the gym by Friday, April 11th.  

 

 

Attention all girls interested in playing Volleyball next year! There will be a meeting this Friday, April 11th at 2:45pm in the Commons. Please come and meet with coaches to get information.

 

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

 

As many of you may know, Prom is coming up this April 26th! There is a Prom meeting THIS Wednesday, April 9th. Be there to see how Prom is coming along!

 

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

 

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.  

 

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

 

Looking for volunteer opportunities? Country kids relay is coming up on May 10th, we need about 100 volunteers! Sign up now !! Pick up a form in the student connection center or in room #53 ! Earn a volunteer opportunity and a free t-shirt! The dead line to turn in the forms is April 25!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

Celtic Announcements for 4/8/14

McNary boys' lacrosse begins conference play tonight against South Salem high school at South. Come watch our JV boys play at 6:30 and stay for Varsity's clash at 8!  Play strong Celts!

 

Please congratulate the McNary Advanced Orchestra on winning the Clackamas community college orchestra festival on Saturday!!  Nice work on the strings Celts!  Also  wish that they break a leg on Thursday and Saturday when they represent our  school at a festival in Bend and then at Districts.  Go Celtic orchestras!!

 

Seniors, do you want to speak in front or your class at Graduation?  Soon we will be auditioning this year’s Senior Class Speaker for Graduation in June.  If you would like to speak at Graduation, start preparing a speech and submit it to Mr. Borresen by Wednesday April 9th!  Auditions will take place later this month, so start writing the perfect grad speech today.

 

Juniors:  Are you wanting to take care of some of those college requirements while you're still in high school? You can save hundreds of dollars. Are you up for the challenge of college NOW? College writing applications are now available for next year. You can get them from your English teacher or from Mrs. Reid in rm. 142.

 

Do you want to do some community service or do you just like to help out at school?  Student volunteers are needed at our home track meets. The first meet is Wednesday, April 16th. See Mrs. Reichle in room 255 for details.

 

Indoor 5 on 5 Intramural Soccer will start in mid-April.  Teams are due to Mrs. Reichle in room 255 or Mrs. Cleary in the gym by Friday, April 11th.  

 

McNary's Prom will be held on April 26th, at the Keizer Civic Center.  Tonight's Dream, Tomorrow's Memory!  Start making your plans today, it is less then a month away!  Tickets will go on sale on April 7th at the bookkeeper's office.  Cost will be $50.00 a couple (or $25.00 each).  You must be current on all school fee's in order to purchase tickets.  Any non-McNary guests must be approved, pick up a form in room 157.  If you have any questions see Mr. Layton in Rm 265.

 

As many of you may know, Prom is coming up this April 26th! There is a Prom meeting THIS Wednesday, April 9th. Be there to see how Prom is coming along!

 

The leadership class is currently recruiting Celtic Starters to help with Freshman Orientation next fall.  If you feel like a good role model who could help the class of 2018 get off to a good START, then have one of your teachers send a recommendation to Mr. Heimerdinger to be considered for this important job.  

 

The next Student Council meeting of the year will be on April 15th in the cafeteria at 8:30am.  Please prepare to send your 2nd period class rep to the meeting to report on class concerns and return to class to present information regarding upcoming events.  We will also need ALL CLUBS, to send a representative to the meeting to report on Club business and upcoming events.  

 

Spring is here, please do your best to keep the campus fresh and clean by disposing of your trash in the proper place.  With open campus lunch surveys going out soon it’s extra important to prove your ability to respect privileges like off campus lunch.  We’ve made some improvement over last year, so let’s keep it up.  

 

Free breakfast FRIDAY is on of the rest of the year! The cafeteria will be having free breakfast every Friday for students. Every day offerings are oatmeal, cereal, bagel or a breakfast sandwich.

 

The World of Work class will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies Thursdays during A & B lunch.  They are 3 for a dollar, and include a variety of different cookies.  They will also sell Keurig coffee, tea, and hot chocolate for a dollar a cup.  Come and support the World of Work class, and enjoy a delicious cookie.

 

Senior Class of 2014 shirts are now available to order at the bookkeepers window. The shirts will be 12 dollars and come in both men's and women's sizes. See the bookkeeper ASAP to order yourself an awesome senior class shirt!

 

ASL club will be meeting Thursdays in room 208 from  2:30 to 3:15 . Come and learn the basics of american sign language and help the club gain membership and come up with some great activities for the year.  

 

GSA club meets on Wednesdays, in Mr. Everitt’s room at 2:30.

 

AWARE Club is meets in room 156 on Tuesdays after school.  Please help raise awareness regarding issues in regards to human trafficking take a stand to make our community a safer place.  See you in Mrs. Rhoades room on Tuesdays at 2:30.  

 

Latino Club meets Tuesdays, in room 241 from 2:30 to 3:15.  Come join the club and have some fun, you don’t have to be latino just be open to learning about Latino culture and having a good time with great people.

 

Do you dig writing? The Write Club, led by Eric Howald of Keizertimes, has its next meeting Thursday in Ms. Stefani's room--that's room 137. Drop by at 2:30, and prepare to be inspired!

 

Anime Club will be meeting Friday April 22nd in Mr. Heimerdinger’s Room, that’s number 53, at 2:30.  If you want to join a club and you love Anime, then show up.  Meetings should be held in Mr. Heimerdinger’s room every other Friday.

 

Art club meets Fridays, at 2:30-3:30. If you like Art and want to work on your projects with some of McNary’s most awesome artists, then join the club and meet every Friday in Mr. Kohley’s room, room 153.  

 

Relay for Life Meets on Wednesdays in room 261 at 2:30pm.  If you would like to have fun, make new friendships, and help fight cancer come join our team!  We are always looking for new members to join our team.  It is never too late to become a member.

 

Somebunny wants you to give them some "hop" in their step this spring.  The Relay for Life Team is selling chocolate scented bunnies for $3.00 and bunny baskets for $5.00.  Come and get them while there is a lot of selection!  Buy one for yourself or that special somebunny in your life!  Sales will be happening during A and B lunch in the commons area.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society!

 

 

Sodas will be sold during A & B Lunch in the Commons area.  They will be $1.00 each!  Quench your thirst and help those with cancer.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

 
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